Last year Willowman Festival unveiled its new expanded acoustic stage and bar housed under a large Bedouin-style Berber tent which returns with an array of talent.
Returning to the Hillside Rural Activities Park, Knayton between Thirsk & Northallerton, in North Yorkshire. The family friendly event takes place over four days on the Summer Solstice weekend from Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th June 2016.
Festival director Steve Williams said, "Every year the festival has grown as we build a reputation for fun, friendliness and great music. The ale prices are pegged again at a sensible price for 2016.
"Judging by our early bird ticket sales 2016 is already heading for a sell out and we haven’t even unveiled our headline act yet. I think people are coming for the vibe as well as the music and a few great days away.
"We are finding more and more groups of friends are using the festival for annual get togethers, reunions and celebrations so come and join us.."
The event held over the Summer Solstice weekend also offers many onsite activities for children, plus a whole host of robots, faeries, jugglers and stilt walkers adding to the laid back atmosphere.
Early bird tickets are priced at £70 for a full weekend including camping. A Willowman family weekend ticket is priced at £200. A live in vehicle pass is £25, or £35 for caravans. A young person (aged 12 - 17 years weekend ticket isp riced at £60. Children aged under 11 years ticket is £2, with car parking and camping also free.
No day tickets will be issued except for Sunday. Kids under 16 must be accompanied by at least one adult (18+).
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